Delhi to Katmandu, Part 11

Delhi to Katmandu, Part 11

In 2010, I went on an amazing trip, from Delhi to Katmandu. I just want to use this Post to share with you some of the photographs I took on the way. Both were amazing countries and India was particularly vibrant and exciting. Some of the photos were taken through vehicle windows, so i apologise for the poor quality. I don’t propose to write very much, Although my third novel,  Devils with Wings: Frozen Sun, is now with my publisher, Silverwood Books,  I have started on my new ‘Cold War’ series. So please just enjoy the pictures. The journey continues…

After spending time on the River Ganges and touring around the ghats of Varanasi, we headed for Nepal.

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One of my final views of Bandipur, October 2010

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We passed through a number of local villages. October 2010.

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Expecting a cold winter. October 2010.

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So many different faces, a photographers dream. October 2010

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My last shot of the Annapurnas. October 2010

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We arrive at Chitwan National Park. A traffic hold up. October 2010.

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Accommodation was excellent. October 2010.

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With guests inside. October 2010

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….and outside.

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Time for a trip. No Tuktuk, but an Ox & Cart. October 2010.

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Far from odourless, and yes he did. October 2010.

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Local farmers.

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They always appeared to be smiling.

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There home as well as their place of work.

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I’m the King of the Castle.

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The High Street.

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Day nearly over. Chitwan National Park was created in 1973 and made a World Heritage Site in 1984. October 2010.

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A quick visit to see the Elephants.

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….and the Rhino’s in the local river.

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Join me for a swim?

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The next day. Time for a trip on the Narayani-Rapti River system.

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Chitwan is located in the subtropical Inner Terai lowlands of south-central Nepal. October 2010.

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Very low in the water.

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Washing up 

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And the washing.

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50 metres away, a visitor. A ‘Mugger’ crocodile.

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And another. A ‘Gharial’, or fish eating crocodile.

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No, lunch here.

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Tomorrow we get to ride on an Elephant through the local area.

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Elephants on the move.

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The end

I hope you managed to stay awake, if so there will be a Part 12 next week. More about Chitwan National Park

 Photographs and Blog copyrighted to Harvey Black.

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